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Autopsy: Gunther's ER The Anatomy of Medical Emergencies

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Uploaded on May 27, 2010

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In Autopsy: Gunther's ER, controversial anatomist Dr Gunther von Hagens, famous for his invention of tissue plastination and his elaborate human dissection exhibits, explores the impact that accidents and assaults have on the human body, while demonstrating what medical staff can do to try to preserve life. Using human cadavers, he approaches his 'patients' in the manner of an emergency room doctor.

Von Hagens is joined by Dr John Heyworth, A&E consultant at Southampton University Hospitals Trust, who supplements the anatomy on display with illuminating commentary, based on his first-hand experience of a busy emergency department. Emma Rand, from the British Red Cross, demonstrates the simple first-aid techniques that could mean the difference between life and death.

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